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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 128 28,1990

sails to victory in District 3 runoffBy I

BLAKE FONTENAY the vote in the March 13 election.
McKnew finished first with 34.5
Alligator WriterIt
percent of the vote, and McE-
looks like real estate agent achern finished second with 32.5
Tom McKnew will have to get re- percent.
acquainted with his lawn mower McKnew,who served on the city
this summer. plan board for seven years, won f i
Two weeks ago, McKnew vowed five of the district's seven precincts
to cut every lawn in his neighbor Tuesday, earning 58.5 percent of
hood after many of his neighbors the total vote.
voted for him in an election for the At the Reitz Union precinct,
District 3 city commission seat. where students living on campus ,
Then Tuesday, in a vote, McKnew beat McE- rte ..
run-off election against achern 76-29. McKnew
retired telephone techni- credited UF junior Mi- I
cian W.E. "Mac" McE- chael Murphy, who fin-
achern, many neighbors ished fourth in the March
returned to the polls and 13 election, for helping
helped to send McKnewto him gain student sup-
City Hall.McKnew.
defeated Mc- port.McKnew sat next to
Eachern 1,696-1,200 in MARCH 27 Murphy as city officials

the.run-off. He will repre- announced. the vote. to-
sent an area in southwest Gainesville tals and promised to work with
including the UF campus. Murphy during his term in officeto
But as the final returns came in get students more involved in
Tuesday night, McKnew amended local government. He said he
his campaign promise slightly. wanted to open lines of communi-

"Instead of cutting all their cation with the student population.

lawns,I just agreed to cut my own," Murphy, who won the Union
McKnew said.McKnew precinct two weeks ago, said he

who lost a run-off fora was pleased with the student turnout
city commission seat in 1988, in the runoff."It .

quipped that he had worn his shows that students want to

neighbors down by spending so have input in local government," SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR
much time campaigning."I'm Murphy said. "The students sup UF junior Mike Murphy, left, waits for election results Tuesday night with Tom McKnew. McKnewwon .
sure they voted for me so ported a winning candidate. Hope- the District 3 run-off election against W.E. "Mac" McEachem.
they wouldn't have to hear from fully,he'll remember that when he
me again," McKnew said. I'm gets into office." Courtland Collier and 23 voted for McEachern, who served on the of the district.

sick of standing on street comers." In comparison, only 56 students McKnew. commission from 1981 until 1987, McEachern left City Hall before
McKnew and McEachern were voted at the Union precinct in the This year's turnout isn't a re- won only Precinct 23, his home the final vote totals were announced I
forced into the run-off when nei- 1988 run-off. Of that total, 32 students cord, however: 145 students votedat precinct. He tied McKnew in Pre- refusing reporters' re-
ther won more than 50 percent of voted for Commissionering the Union in a 1982 city run-off. cinct 21, the northwestern corner quests for interviews.

Former Today chairman Rowe attorney files motion I

wants judge to overturn youth's guilty verdictBy
accused of harassmentBy I Lawyer J .
garding the evidence and thereby disregarding eachand
(for a scapegoat after losing the Staff Writer every witness.
ELIZABETH CLARKE election. Alligator Under Florida law, if there is some doubt as to the

Alligator WriterA "Juan was really upset and One of David Rowe's lawyers has asked a circuit defendant's sanity, prosecutors must prove beyondany
judge to overturn Rowe's guilty verdict for the April reasonable doubt that the defendant is sane.
UF student is facing possible wanted to find a guinea pig after
expulsion following political bad he lost the election," said sopho- 10 stabbing of a UF student, saying the jury disre- Kurrus said Tuesday he felt the jury, in finding
blood surrounding last month's more Zana Holley, one of Adams' garded evidence that cast doubts about the youth'ssanity. Rowe guilty, thought defense lawyers didn't prove
Student Government election. character witnesses. that Rowe was insane beyond a reasonable doubt at
fora The request was made in a motion filed Tuesdayin the time of the stabbing.
presidential Vitali! denied he was looking
candidate FormerToday Juan Vitali party filed harass- scapegoat and said he filed the Circuit Court by Thomas Kurrus, who wants "My position is that the jury looked at the wrong
Sanders to overturn the verdictin said." ) Betty McMahon
his former because Adams threat- Circuit Judge Elzie S. thing, Kurrus (Psychologist
ment charges against complaint Rowe's attempted first-degree murder trial. testified (hat she thought he was insane, and the
few ened members of the Today
party chairman, Ty Adams, a
burden to he wasn't shifted to the state. Then
days after the Feb. 14 election, several occasions, including Rowe was convicted by a jury March 16 for stab- prove
saying Adams threatened him and Randy Shanafelt, who replaced bing Stacy LaRocca, then a 20-year-old UF sopho- ,the jury came back and found him guilty, thinkingwe
didn't have evidence to that he was
other party members.The UF Stu- Adams as party chairman the week more, last April.In prove
dent Conduct Committee, a five- before the election. the motion, Kurrus said testimony given by two insane.
member panel which hears Vitali! testified that he, Adams, psychologists, LaRocca and the police officers who Kurrus'wrote in the motion that the Gainesville
student complaints, met Tuesday Shanafelt and six others met at a questioned Rowe, left a reasonable doubt as to police officers who arrested Rowe testified that the
night to hear Adams' case. 7-Eleven at about 11 p.m. Feb. 9 to Rowe's sanity and that prosecutors failed to prove youth acted "calm" when they questioned him, and
As result the jury should have that LaRocca testified that Rowe never raised his
Rowe a
Sixteen witnesses testified dur- discuss problems within the Today was sane.
Rowe found him not guilty by reason of voice while he was stabbing her.
ing the three-hour hearing. Many party leadership. Vitali said they acquitted or
said the situations were confronta- began arguing and Adams told insanity, the motion states. Chief Assistant State Attorney John Carlin, who
kick shred of evidence the State's prosecuted Rowe, said he hasn't read the motion yet.
tional but those who knew Adams Shanafelt, "I'm gonna your "Not one supports
said his remarks were not threat- ass." burden that this young boy was sane beyond a Sanders,the presiding judge in Rowe's trial,hasn'tset
ening. Others testified that Vitali reasonable doubt: Kurrus wrote in the motion. "The a date to hear the motion, but J Kurrus said he
filed charges because he was look- see Complaint page 4 jury could render a verdict of guilty only by disre- expects the judge to hear it within three weeks.II .

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2. AUJtfATOH.( WEDNESDAY.. MARCH 2t!, 1990

DISABILITY ; t Set'f*Nrs

: The College of Business 7223. Club will meet Thursday night at AWARENESS WEEK
Administration will sponsor a Ring Broadcast: AERho, the broad 7:30: in Reitz Union Room 337. Call \
Ethics Lecture today at 4 in the casting club will meet tonight at 6:30in : Matt, 395-8323. March 6.15Presented >
University Auditorium with a Weimer Hall Room 1070 to discuss Football: The Tolbert Hall staff by: PLUS
speaker from Indiana University. the national convention and presents Steve Spurrier April 4 at 8.
Call John James, 392-0108. Saturday's car wash. Call 3721696. Call Dana Bedden, 395-9434.
COAR: Campus Organized AIChE: The American Institute of Crisis:The Alachua County Crisis Thank to all those ;
Against Rape will meet today at 4 in Chemical Engineers will meet Center is looking for new Crisis Line you F
Reitz Union Room 122 with guest tonight at 6:30: in Chemistry Building Counselors. Fifty hours of training in that helped make the "
speaker Dr. William Marsiglio. Call Room 237. Call 336-9175. Suicide and Crisis Intervention are "IJ.....
392-1161, ext. 294. Honors: Golden Key National provided. Call 372-3659. program a success.
Jump out: Try skydiving this Honor Society will meet tonight at Posters: Alachua County is sponsoring
weekend if you didn't get enough 7:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. Call the 1990 Fair Housing Month Sandy Vernon !
thrills during Spring Break.The Falling 335-4574. School Children's Poster Contest to
Gators will meet tonight at 6 in Wind: The Gator Sail Club will commemorate the 22nd anniversaryof Dr. Stuart Schwartz
the Orange & Brew. Call 3734247. meet tonight at 8:30: in TurlingtonHall The Fair Housing Law. The con Paige Ewaldsen (Alligator)
New group:The Women's Studies Room L005. Call Rob, 3731566. test is open to students K-12 and
Society will hold its first general Spanish Fiction: Professor Geral- ends Friday Call 374-5275. Alpha Kappa Psi
meeting tonight at 6:30: in Reitz dine Nichols will discuss Contemporary MDA: The Muscular Dystrophy Expo Exhibitors
Union Room 122. Call 378-2197. Women's Fiction of Spain Association needs counselors for
GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Stu. today at 4 in Turlington Hall Room Camp Love, June 3-8 in Waycross, Student Government
dent Union will hold a rap session on 2318. Call 392-2031. Georgia. Call 739-3968. Affirmative Action Office
homophobic crime tonight at 7:30.: Poetry: UF's literary magazine, Service: Gamma Sigma Sigma
Call the switchboard, 332-0700. The Mangrove Review, will sponsor a National Service Sorority will hold Handi-Van Drivers
Republicans: The College poetry reading tonight at 8 at the its Spring Informal Rush Sunday O'Connell Technical Services
I Republicans will meet tonight at 7 in Artitorium. Call Mark, 3713017. afternoon at 1 in the Beaty TV Room.
Reitz Union Room 349. Call 395VOLUNTEERS- Veterinary concerns:The Pre-Vet Call 3924094. Exceptional People Class

Hank Reidelberger j

I Dug JonesRenegadesDr.

Golf fans needed for annual to conduct oral history interviews to Opportunities also exist for planningand Christine Stopka .
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Health fundraiser Choose a shift generations and proofread written ing recreation to clients. Needed .
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Volunteers receive T-shirts and hats. block any weekday. Farm and Forest Festival an annual Student Services
Guide for the Nature Preserve Museum gift shop attendant event, will be April 14 from
Visitor Center needed to assist Park needed to greet visitors, answer 10:00: to 2:00.: Volunteers are neededto Gator All Stars
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help clients of North Central Florida hour block of time.Recreation For more information call or write
AIDS Network in dealing with social therapy majors The Volunteer Center, P.O. Box
service agencies. needed to organize and supervise 14561, Gainesville, FL 32604, 378-
Living history volunteers needed recreational activities for seniors. 2552.
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I Pipe bomb left behind after bank robbery IBy j

M.D. CUMELLA glasses, a red jacket and blue jeans, and has and electronics attached to it.
Alligator WriterA gray hair and a full beard and moustache, "It was an active bomb and had the poten-
Darnell said. tial to blow up," Mann said.
man who looked like Santa Claus walked "He was kind of Santa Claus-looking," Darnell said Gainesville police,the Depart-
I into a Gainesville bank with a pipe bomb Darnell said.Gainesville. ment of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and
Tuesday morning and walked out with an police evacuated the bank and the FBI will investigate whether this robbery
undisclosed amount of cash, police said. about 15 other surrounding businesses so the is connected with any other recent robberiesor
The robber walked into the Millhopper Alachua County Sheriffs bomb team could bombing incidents. But, she said, this r
branch of the Gainesville State Bank, 2201 remove the bomb, Darnell said. robbery appears to be a single unrelated
NW 43rd St., shortly after 10:30: a.m. and Alachua County Sheriffs Office spokesman event.
placed a canvas bag in front of a teller, Spencer Mann said the bomb team Darnell said the bank employees didn't
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie moved the bag to the parking lot at about overreact and didn't tamper with the bag.
, Darnell said. noon and blasted it with a water cannon to "They did exactly what they were supposedto r
t The man told the teller he had a bomb in make it safe for transport.The do," she said. .g M9 a
, the bag and demanded money. The teller bomb team then loaded the bomb intoa Bank President Charles Page said there
gave the money to the robber, who left the disposal trailer and took it to the police was no damage to the bank and no other
( bomb on the counter and headed south on academy grounds in northeast Gainesville to weapon was used in the robbery. Tuesday's
foot after leaving the bank Darnell said. detonate it, he said. No one was injured. robbery is the first in about three years for PHOTO COURTESY GPO
/ Darnell said the suspect is a white male in Mann said the bomb was a legitimate "hot the Gainesville bank and the first time a bomb( Gainesville State Bank's surveillance
1 his 50s, about 6 feet tall and weighing more bomb" but wouldn't give specifics except to was used, Page said. cameras photograph an unidentified I
j/ than 200 pounds. The man wore wire-rim say it was a pipe-type bomb that had batteries "It's been a tough day," Page said. suspect Tuesday.Student.


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: 14. 14l.pt plaster UF I

r j with postersabout



Alligator Writer
A public relations graduate student who
feels UF has tried to keep the recently
installed condom machines "hushed"
plans t to( "wallpaper" UF tonight with post-
ers about AIDS and condom usage.
Steven Womeldurf, a member of UF's
task force on AIDS and HIV infection, said
he has received about 6,000 posters from
the National Centers for Disease Control
and plans to place them on campus. i
"This is a health issue, not a moral '
issue," Womeldurf said. "(UF administrators -
) treat promoting condom( usage like
it's promoting promiscuity. It's not it's
VicEveryone's promoting safe sex. There's a difference."
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-W.ll( AIOK Womeldurf, who is acting indepen-
a criticSenior dently of the task force, said he wants the
Todd Anderson takes time out to examine a silver-painted toilet that someone cemented in the middle of entire UF community to pay more atten-
a well-known sculpture at the Animal Sciences building. Referring to the sculpture, Anderson said, "Art is a good tion to AIDS, sexually transmitted dis-
thing, but this sucks."The 8 1/2 foot-tall aluminum sculpture has been the subject of ridicule among students eases and unwanted pregnancies."I ".
want people to talk about it, he said.
and faculty, causing the sculpture's creator, Diana Joyner, to name it "Some Were Quite Blind." Richard Gutekunst, dean of the Collegeof

Health Related Professions and chair-
man of the task force, was not aware of

Grapski's attempt to gain seat opposed Womeldurfs obviously plans."I don't. agree that the univer-

sity doesn't do anything," he said. "I think
for missing a mandatory court appearance. think she would even try to do somethinglike
By DEBBIE CENZIPER there are several units on campus that do
Hambleton left a written message in Lisa that, Grapski said.
Alligator WriterA an admirable job as far as educating the
Sterits' mailbox, the senator who left the seat Hambleton supported Browne's Vision students about AIDS."
former news editor from The Florida vacant when she accepted a cabinet director- party during February's election, Grapskisaid Most college students understand the
Review said Tuesday his reasons for tryingto ship, stating he wanted to talk to her about and was seen wearing Vision party deadliness of the disease, but universities
block a former student senator from re- "keeping Grapski out of (the seat)." shirts and buttons. When Grapski, an inde- should encourage educational programsto
gaining a seat in Student Senate were per- Sterits was also a member of the Replace- pendent, called The Review and told them change behavioral patterns, Gutekunstsaid.
sonal. ment and Agenda Committee,the committee having a reporter and news editor wear one .
Boyd Hambleton, who was demoted this which decides who will be recommended to party's button was a conflict interest, Ham- "While putting up 6,000 posters will
semester from the paper's news editor to a fill any open Senate seat. bleton developed a grudge, Grapski said. alert them, what we need to do is change
Gainesville correspondent, admitted that he Hambleton said he felt motivated to con- Hambleton said he supported the Vision their behavioral patterns and I don't think
tried to prevent former Sen. Charlie Grapski tact Sterits because he wanted to ask her if party, but "doesn't think" he wore buttonsor the posters will do that," he said.
from regaining a senate seat because he she had any potential people in mind to fill shirts during the campaign.The Joanne B. Auth, health educator super-
dislikes him. her seat. Review's editor-in-chief Joseph visor at the Infirmary, said she admires
"I. don't like Charlie and it's kind of per-, Sterits said she had nothing to do with Thomas said Hambleton was demoted to Womeldurfs efforts.
sonal to me,"Hambleton said."There's noth- Hambleton or his message,and has no powerto Gainesville correspondent because of "As more people here in Gainesville
ing wrong with not liking someone." appoint people in vacant senate seats "scheduling conflicts.Thomas said he knew know someone who gets AIDS, the more
"The idea of possibly having a friend In anyway. Sterits said it is up to the seven that Hambleton supported the Vision party, they'll realize the seriousness of the dis-
Senate appeals to me," he added. people on the committee to recommend sen- but it did not affect his articles. ease," Auth said."I .
Grapski became inel igible for the senate ators. Senate must approve them. Hambleton wrote an article about the Stu- think that's what Steven's trying to
seat when he did not pay for classes becausehe Grapski said he believes Sterits. dent Government election in the February do is make people more aware and that's
was being held in a Broward County jail "It's actually insulting to her and.I don't issue of The Review, Thomas said. great"f

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Gator Dining Service Brings Fine Dining to CampusCome 1
and enjoy the culinary sensation of Executive Chef Steven Bikai, winner ol
21 Culinary Arts Awards, as he prepares for you a magnificent lour course
abortion bill goes to governorBOISE GOURMET DINNER From appetizer to dessert, IllS.culinary experience
which will satisfy both the epicurean as well as the novice gourmet

Idaho (UPI) A bill that would give Idaho from the day of adjournment 't to act on the bill beforeit MENU
the most restrictive state abortion law in the nation would become law without his signature. It would APPETIZERS Asparagus and smoked salmon limblc with pistachio couhk
arrived Tuesday on Gov. Cecil Andrus' desk amid the take effect July 1. Lobster ravioli with "seafood and ginger sauce
growing threat of a national boycott of I Idaho potatoes. Andrus, a three-term Democrat seeking re-election Set
Gwen Dempsey, a 42-year-old real estate agent from to an unprecedented fourth term, has consistently said Onion and of lentil truffle consomme"Cratincc"Usenet
Waterford, Mich., and a Republican pro-choice can- he is against abortion. However, he said he would SALADS
didate for that state's Legislature, delivered a warning consult with several advisers before making a I leans of palm ilIad with bibb lettuce and watercressI
I lot shiitake mukhnmm salad with Belgian endive
Tuesday to Andrus:half-empty bag of Idaho potatoes."If decision.
he does not veto the abortion bill we will start a "Anytime someone threatens one of our major cash e EmB.E.ESI'o..hed breast l nf chicken ll.in.nnni' with wild mushroom
boycott of Idaho potatoes," she said. crops, it becomes significant," Andrus said. portwme and ha/tlnut! butter sauce
Pork with a and cream
Jim Hawkins, director of the Idaho Commerce Other abortion-rights groups also warned of a Star Kallopml anise! beef with!ginger leeks, and chill orange sauce
Department, said the boycott "could be disastrous," boycott. Broiled salmon steak Burn blaru with bleu thuiMr and julienne vegetables
adding he heard it could extend to all Idaho productsand "There will be a high price to be paid for trying to DESSERTS
I'umpkin flan with I ixm.h vanilla sauce
tourism, the state's third-largest and fastestgrowing take away women's rights," said Patricia Ireland, ex- Bananas foster with raiuns and orange
industry. ecutive vice president of the National Organization for We
Com join tu for a truly fine dining' experience accept
"How deep and how disastrous that is,time will only Women in Washington, D.C. Opento Thursday, Mar. 29 from 6 to 8 pm Gator dub
tell," Hawkins said. "We are poised and ready to say 'no potatoes on our Public ARREDONDO ROOM Visa
The bill would prohibit abortion as a means of birth plates,' Ireland said in a telephone interview. "It will 4th floor J J.Wayne Reitz Union MasterCardfor !
control banning all abortions except in cases of not be taken lightly by the rest of the country." Reservations Call: 3921046Feel
severe fetal deformity, threat to the life or health of Potatoes are Idaho's top cash crop. Idaho accountedfor free to bnng your favorite wine to compliment your,dining experience"
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tions.If 1988, more than any other state.A .
the Legislature does not adjourn this week, drive is underway to place an initiative on the
Andrus has until 9:04: a.m. Monday either to sign the November ballot that would invalidate the antiabortion Feel Like You're In
bill or veto it before it would go into law without his bill if it becomes law.
signature.If Cally Huttar, organizer of the drive, said 15,000 Over Your Head?
the Legislature adjourns this week, as it is ex- signatures have been validated; 38,743 signatures are
pected to do, Andrus will have an additional 10 days needed by July 1 to put it on the ballot.

. Lithuanian army deserters beatenVILNIUS I

Lithuania, U.S.S.R. (UPI) Soviet sol- Soviet diplomats in cities around the world held
diers beat and dragged Lithuanian army deserters news conferences to restate Moscow's position that
from a hospital Tuesday and took over the head- Lithuania's declaration of independence was invalid.In .
quarters of Lithuania's independent Communists to Washington, State Department spokeswoman
reassert Moscow's control over the rebel Baltic Margaret Tutwiler said, "This is a very complex, .tL 4
republic. delicate diplomatic situation. I don't intend to com
Lithuania's government protested the Soviet actions ment on specific conflicts."
Tuesday as "inexcusable aggression" and demandedthe The Soviets moved in on the hospital at 3 a.m.
return of the deserters it said were kidnapped. Witnesses said at least 30 soldiers rolled up to a
Lithuania also recalled parliament deputies from Mos- psychiatric hospital in trucks and then seized at least
cow and demanded immediate negotiations with Mos- 12 and as many as 23 Lithuanian army deserters, GET SUPPORT!

cow in "neutral territory." beating them and taking them into custody. Counseling Center ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 392-1575
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no violence in Lithuania as "clear interference" in munist Party's Central Committee building and occupied Student Services .........,...... 392-1261
Soviet affairs.The Kremlin temporarily barred foreigners it, according to officials of the Party that broke '
from Lithuania and ordered foreign correspon- away from Moscow.
dents to leave as soon as their Moscow-issued permits Lithuanian President Vytautas Landsbergis said the UF Suicide Prevention Project
expired. use of force to take over offices Tuesday seemed to
The Soviet actions Tuesday were the most concrete indicate a change in attitude of the Soviet leadershipto
signs of a crackdown by Soviet leader Mikhail Gor the use of force.Landsbergis' .
bachev in the fractious Baltic republic since statement came after Gorbachev told FLORIDA
Lithuania's new nationalist Parliament declared inde- visiting Sen. Edward Kennedy that force would only
pendence from the Soviet Union March 11. be used in Lithuania if Soviet lives were threatened. Coke ClassicR4IIAYS

threatened former assistant party which could have been taken as lee:
COMPLAINTfrom chairman Chris Morris at the Or- threatening but wasn't meant to
page 1 ange & Brew on election night, be. Morris said he was nervous but
while the ballots were being didn't feel threatened.The I
Adams described the same counted. Vitali said Adams '
event but downplayed his remarksand grabbed Morris by the shoulders, Conduct Committee won't "MARCH 28-31
said he and Shanafelt were in release its decision about Adams
verbally threatened him, then -f
a heated argument at the time, turned to Vitali and threatened him until Friday, when Student Ser ..... University of Florida
both threatening each other. also. vices Dean James Scott will writea Top Collegeand
Other people who were at the letter to Adams with the verdict.
High School Beard
7-Eleven also told conflicting sto- Adams said he just touched Morris Adams faces penalties ranging Percy
on the shoulder and turned him from a written reprimand to being Athletes from
ries.Vitali! said Adams physically around,and said he made a remark expelled from UF. around nation the II:


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CHRISTY HARRIS "We won the last time and we're confident they would be.
Alligator Staff WriterA this time." The information ACFA provides,
Alligator Staff Writer If the judge rules against ACFA, a Fooks said, is available in the financialaid
U.S. Postal Service lawyer will aska cease and desist order would be issued, office or in the library."As .
The Quality of Life Task Force turned in its Spring judge to decide today if the scholar- stopping mail at all the company's ad- far as I know, they haven't done
Break homework assignment Tuesday, with the 11 mem- ship-finding service that sent letters to dresses, Martin said. anything illegal, but I question their
bers present listing 42 ways they think UF can improvethe college, students nationwide several "
ACFA Information Center Manager tactics, she said. "My biggest concernis
lives of black and students.
months ago is misrepresenting itself. Kelly Grady said the hold on the mail their method of marketing."
The suggestions ranged from hiring a dean for Hispanic Lisa Martin, consumer protection division in Washington slowed processing of Karen Shichman, the assistant U.S.
students to establishing a 24-hour hotline for reporting attorney, said it could take a students' requests by two weeks. attorney who handled the civil com-
racial incidents.Two members also said they want UF to couple months to reach a decision Although UF's Financial Aid Ser- plaint in San Diego,is working with the
create a class that would educate students about commu-- about the Academic Council on finan- vices referred ACFA to the Federal Postal Service on the case. She said she
nication and behavior between different cultures. cial Assistance, a company that offersto Trade Commission in late January, also questioned ACF A's way of present-
Everyone agreed that the lists of suggestions will haveto find students possible scholarshipsfor Grady said the company is not being ing itself. The hearing, she said, is to
be narrowed down,and task force member Isis Carbajalde a $60 fee. investigated by the FTC. An FTC rep- determine if students might be misled
Garcia said the group must give UF President John "We filed an administrative com- resentative said he can neither confirmnor into believing ACFA is a federal agencyor
Lombardi! a list of ideas that can be implemented."Some plaint alleging they're soliciting money deny investigations until after they that it actually provides the scholar-
of the things on the board are dreams and I by means of false representation and are completed. ship money instead of source listings.
think we need to realize that," Carbajal de Garcia said. tomorrow's our chance to prove it," Grady said Tom Rutter,the financial "We're not disputing that the serviceis
To do that, the task force will read copies of everyone's Martin said. services director at the University of valuable,"Shichman said. "It may be
suggestions before next Thursday's meeting and divide The hearing in Washington, D.C. California at San Diego, toured the valuable to some students, but they
them into three categories: organization and policies, comes after a U.S. District Judge in San processing center and testified to its don't say what they provide. If it's so
support services and programs, and education, which Diego, where the company is based, credibility at the March 8 hearing. great, they should say what it is, but
includes training, classes and racial awareness.At denied an injunction that would have Rutter could not be reached for com- they don't."
the next meeting, members will have four hours to stopped ACFA from receiving mail ment, but Assistant Director Debi! Martin, from the Postal Service,
narrow the suggestions to the final list they will submitto there. Fidler said her office advised studentsto agreed that the issue was misrepresentation. -
Lombardi.! The task force has one more meeting after Last week, ACFA started receivingmail do scholarship research on their .
that, where members will decide on the again at its Washington address own, instead of paying the company. "A lot of people have interpretedwhat
recommendations' final wording. Members must submit after ending a voluntary agreementwith Karen Fooks, UF Student Financial we've done as saying they're ille-
their list by April 15. the Postal Service that it be with- Services director, said her office hasn't gitimate, but that's not our contention,"
Discussion at Tuesday's meeting also centered around held.ACFA fielded many more questions from con- she said. "Our contention is only that
how many recommendations should serve blacks' inter- attorney William Olson re- cerned students since the first roundof they misrepresent what they do pro-
ests and how many should concern Hispanics.Task force fused to talk about the case until after calls in February. She said she would vide."
member Dovie Gamble, a recreation professor, said the the hearing. advise students who want a refund to Many of the students she had heard
group must come up with concepts that are fair to both "We think it's improper to attempt to send a certified letter requesting one, from stopped payment on their checks,
groups of minorities. litigate cases in the press," Olson said. but she wasn't sure how successfulResumes Martin said.

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time has rolled around again, arriving at the MANY KIDS
start of each decade just like clockwork. It's an odd idea
that the federal government regularly tries to count every DOW HAVE?

man, woman and child in the nation, yet it's important. 1 I li.l
Everyone should receive a form in the mail soon, and it .l 1'' 11h 1
shouldn't be ignored. If people forget to take time to fill h xr d ,

out the form, the statistics many government actions base
decisions on will be inaccurate.The .

information compiled in the 1990 census will help
government officials and politicians understand who they
are representing and what these people's lives actuallyare
like. If it's not done, officials will be making outdated ,11 l
decisions when it comes to funding or laws.

Think about all of the changes in the past decade. For

example, homelessness wasn't considered a serious prob-
lem in the United States in 1980, but there was a con-
certed effort by the Census Bureau to count those on the
streets this year. For a closer look, remember the Gaines-
ville of 1980. Think about basing today's decisions on
what was known then.In .

1980, there was: roller skating down University Ave-

nue; pinball machines at Leonardo's; the legal drinkingage I I
was 18; George Burns headlined Gator Growl; black

students protested harassment by UF police; George LaRocca has a hero's
Bush ran for his party's presidential nomination; Forty courage
Americans were held hostage in Iran; the Cuban boatlift Heroes. -

began; Dub's played disco; The Eagles and Jimmy Buffett How often do we hear about heroes? These are -> Ronald Dupont
played at Florida Field for $9; new wave emerged; Space people who supposedly function extremely well under A
Invaders was the hot new video game. emergency situations. S I SEE IT
The main of the is Throughout my life, I have always looked to so-
purpose census to assure everyoneis called heroes and tried to emulate their qualities,their She wasn't screaming for Rowe to stop stabbing.She .
counted when government decides how to spend characteristics: from the humility and kindness of didn't run into a back room and hide. Instead,
money. But the results also help people learn about who Jesus to the decision-making of Abraham Lincoln to she stayed at the front door and begged Rowe not to
they live with and where they live. It's worth making the the innovation of Franklin D. Roosevelt.But hurt the youngsters.Can .
effort to fill out the bubble sheet, and it's not for a grade. now I have a new hero, one who I probablywill any of us say we would do the same under
never be able to emulate: 21-year-old UF student similar circumstances?
Stacy LaRocca. LaRocca is the woman who was I've heard tales of people who panicked in a burning
'RithmeticState babysitting children last April when 13-year-old David house and died when they could have simply walked
Rowe came to the door and stabbed her 17 times. out the front door. I've heard of people whose cars
University Chancellor Charles Reed has proposedan Until last week, I had only felt sorry for LaRocca, went Into a canal and they died because they panickedand
idea make saying she just happened to be in the wrong place at tried to crawl out of their seat belts, instead of
to high school students
pass the wrong time when Rowe supposedly lost his mind. just hitting the release button.
they are admitted to community colleges. Now I fight back tears when I think of the courageof But now I've heard of Stacy LaRocca. She did not
The plan seems unfair on its surface because it may LaRocca. panic, despite extreme pain, and she showed the
keep students from receiving their high school diplomasor Just listen to what Rowe said in a courtroom last utmost responsibility protecting others. In addition,
getting into college. But the requirement is just what week about the stabbing: she had the courage to go to court and relive the
the education in Florida needs backboneto "And after that, she got back up and I stabbed her horror by testifying as Rowe looked on.
demand that system students some again and (she) said, 'Look, I'm babysitting,' you I would love to meet Stacy. I'd give her my mightiest
perform.We know, 'Don't hurt these kids you can have any hug and then probably get teary eyed as I thanked
don't want to keep potential students out of collegebut money' and I just said, 'No, I'm not stabbing them.' her for being one of the greatest human beings I
evidence that increasing requirements does that isn't Then she started, you know, clinging onto my hand know.If .
very convincing.U.S. and I told her I had to get away.And then I just started there ever was a hero, she is it. I can only hope
students are asked to do just the minimum to suc- there.stabbing" you know, just so I could get away from that I have just a small fraction of the love in thiswoman's

ceed. A short-cut is even better. How many classmatesdid The last stab was to her eye. heart.
Ronald Dupont Jr. is a senior in journalism and an
you know in high school who never really tried yet, be- My God. Alligator writer.
cause they were well prepared for the college entrance ,
exams, they scored well and got into good schools? LETTERS TO, THE EDITOR I I

Asking students to perform is not unfair. It is what Support tuna ban stop everyone from eating meat. this method be labeled with, "The
should have been happening all along. Reed said the big- Let's set the record straight.The tuna in this product has been cap-
gest barrier to student achievement is educators who to save dolphinsEditor tuna boycott is a common sense tured with technologies that are
don't expect their students to make it. We agree. Give stu approach to changing a very waste- known to kill dolphins."
dents a goal and they will rise to achieve it. Environmental:I would like to congratulatethe ful tive and environmentally destruct Avellone states that dolphins
Action Group activity. Period.As .
killed by tuna fishermen
There are thousands of students who truly have and Students for the Ethical
may Treat-
an ecologist, I whole- should be used for dog food. This
difficulty attaining this goal but the and ment of Animals for their
studying thinking efforts to heartedly support a ban on all tuna argument not only ignores the real
processes that algebra teaches are more valuable. educate our campus about the products because I know that current issue, it seems to carry with it a
senseless killing of dolphins by the toward
tuna-fishing practices unnec- sense of hateful callousness
tuna industry. Congratulations are essarily destroy bottlenosed anyone involved in the conserva-
Editor also in order to the Food Service dolphins. tion of dolphins or other wildlife.It .
Advisory Committee for its willingness -
Lucy Chabot to consider More than 100,000 dolphins is important to write your con-
banning tuna from
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the dining halls on campus.It continue to die each year from the gressmen, asking them to supportthe
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton is unfortunate that wasteful, outdated practice of set- Dolphin Protection Consumer
Avellone has Ted ting nets on dolphins in order to Information Act and to join in urg-
Letter Policy used your editorial easily locate schools of tuna. The ing the Food Service Advisory
Letters to the editor mould not exceed 200 words(about one 8-by-lO page). They should b. page to attack the boycott, calling Dolphin Protection
Consumer cam-
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone it an "emotional appeal" by an ex- formation In- Committee to boycott tuna on
number. Names will be withheld If me writer snows Just cause If you have any questions call tremist Act, a bill recently Intro- pus.
the editorial page editor at 376-<&458 ___ "animal-rights" group" with duced by Rep. Boxer of California, Karl Millar
'444 _.. ._ "ulterior motives, presumably to would require that tuna caught by 7FY




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E'' IE you Other things, you should, consider,
Before you sign one, be sure you un- ,Include:
derstand its conditions.Your lease may
1 I. Length of the lease. > Which utilities if any are includedin
2. Amount of rent, date due and the rent and the ones for which you
arrangements for paying. are responsible (water, electricity, gas,
;..a.5 3. Responsibilities such as cleaning heating, fuel, garbage removal ser
hallways and disposing of garbage. vices).
:-.5. / 4. Deposits required. This may be
CONDO ;T the first and last months' rent plus a > Keys and arrangements for locking -
security deposit. Security deposits pro the apartment.
FOR RENT tect the owner against expenses of extra
repairs and cleaning when you leave.
In order to get your security deposit > Parking facilities Is it on- or
refunded on leaving, be certain you off-street parking?For how many cars?
understand and live up to your respon-

sibilities as a tenant. > Use of facilities common to all
5. Amount of time needed to terminate residents laundry equipment, vac
lease. uum cleaner and in some cases, the
6. Cost of breaking a lease. bathroom.

of all the 7.8. Limitations Possibility of on subletting.number of persons
Taking care paperworkDo living together at set rate. > Procedures to follow for garbage
9. Conditions under which landlord disposal, cleaning carpets, window
I clearly understand the rental Not all rental property requires a tion of the building and its contents. may terminate the lease. Some of these washing and reporting electrical,
agreement? lease.If you pay your rent monthly and Carefully inspect the condition of ev- might be undue amount of noise from plumbing and heating failures.
Be certain that you understand all do not have a lease, your rental agree- erything when you sign the lease. Be stereo TV or musical instruments and
the statements and details on the rental ment is considered to be on a monthly sure the description and condition on property damage or failure to pay rent. > Operation of range, refrigeratorand
agreement before you sign it. Many basis. If you pay weekly, you have a the inventory list is accurate. 10. Limitations or requirement re- exhaust fans.
contracts or leases are written using weekly rental agreement. Check to see if the refrigerator cools
formal terminology or language. If you Without a lease the landlord can adequately, the units on the stove op- ,:-k":! .
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ask someone you can trust. Most rental are given prior notice, for example, work. If the utilities are turned off x ,.
agreements should be in writing, since I 15 days notice for a monthly rental when you sign the lease, check the
verbal agreements are difficult to proveif agreement. However, you have the appliances the day you move in.
a dispute arises.A written agreement freedom to move if you give the land- If something does not work, notify
protects both the landlord and tenant. lord the required notice, which is IS the landlord! If it is not repaired
Many places require that you sign a days for a monthly agreement. promptly, write the landlord stating the
lease to rent the property. When you Do I have a copy of everything thatI problem and when it occurred. Send
sign a lease, you are agreeing to pay signed? the letter by certified mail with a return
the rent for a specified period of time, It is important to get a copy of signature required.Keep a copy of your
for example, a one-year lease. You are everything that you sign at the time you letter and the returned signature card.
also agreeing to take care of the sign it. If you sign a lease, be sure you This will protect you from being held
pcopcrty and conduct yourself in a way are given a copy and that you keep it. liable for conditions that you did not
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landlord. Usually the rent can't be increased contents? condition This can help ensure that
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}. brings:: you handcrafted hardwood everyone's part. Making some important maintain good health include such
furniture I the washing dishes to
decisions at beginning may things as
Rounded comers.Sort make life easier for all. prevent the spread of infectious diseases .
colors. Each piece Is a unique
combination of warm design Sharing responsibilities.What and discourage roaches and other
and practical function.Like our jobs and responsibilities are insects.
versatile Futon sofas-as com-. there and who will take care of them? Proper care of perishable foods and
fortable as they are beautiful.
Come explore our entire You would be wise to sit down leftovers is necessary. Keep the bathroom .
selection of affordable classic together at the beginning list all the tub and shower stall cleaned to
furniture And see the light of aNew jobs and divide them to everyone's prevent the growth of mildew and other
Dawn. satisfaction. molds.

Some groups divide the jobs and If plan to do much living on the
the you
I Bring always keep the same ones. Others
floor you'll need to take extra mea.
;; rotate jobs weekly or monthly.
sures to keep the floors may
Maintaining quarters.You
'f" shoes and boots worn
lightofaNewDawn mean removing
and your roommates need to
outdoors and sandals or going
on the level of order and clean
barefoot while inside. Frequent vacuuming -
into home. liness you wish to maintain.
your much or sweeping will be necessary.
You may not wish to spend
time or effort on household chores. Handling emergencies.You .
You have a number of alternatives: are adults so no one is goingto
ig! > Do very little and risk having to keep close check on you. But you
NEW DAWN move out when things become intolcr should inform your roommates of your

Classic Hardwood Furniture able whereabouts or leave information near
18 S.W. 2nd Ave.Contemporary Designs > Keep things in order, but let the the telephone. Maintain a list ot
cleaning slide. parents' and close relatives' names and
Gainesville, FL > Keep things in order and hire addresses in case of emergencies.
someone to clean.
371-3691 > Keep things in order and clean Keeping
regularly, all sharing the tasks. Keep an accurate record of the cost
> Maintain high standards of order of items you furnish. Your group even-
and cleanliness. tually will break up because someone
Remember, the more people living gets married, moves to a new job or
together the more important for eachto finishes school. When this happens it
assume responsibility for cleaningup is easier to buy or sell an item or a share
Contemporary Management and picking up after himself or of it if you have kept good records.
herself. Disbanding will go more smoothly if

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I Reference guide to GRU services and policiesCustomer

Information tion such as a driver's license,military ID,studentID Utilities operates a drive-in window on NE Third
GRU's Customer Service Department is a one or passport. At least one of which must be a Street next to City Hall, from Sam. to 7 p.m. on
call problem-solving center. From Sam. to 5 p.m. picture ID. Credit cards cannot be accepted as weekdays, except on holidays.
weekdays,questions about your bill or any service identification or for payments. Night Depository: Two night depositories are
GRU provided can be answered by phone or in Transferring ServiceIf located at City Hall, one near the front entrance'
person at City Hall. you are moving from one location to anotherin and one near the rear drive.in window.

Each Customer Service Representative has our service area, simply call the Customer > Local Banks: Six local banks also accept
your utility account information on computer; Service Department. Give your current address GRU payments for your convenience Amen
please have your bill available for easy reference and account number and the address of your new can National Bank, Florida National Bank, Bar
when calling. Writing down the name of the location. The charges and deposit from the old nett Bank, Southeast Bank Empire of America,
customer service representative who assists youis location will automatically be transferred to the Sun Bank.
recommended in case you need to call again. new one. A day's notice is normally required to When check
paying by or money order, please
During our busiest times (Monday, the beginningand disconnect and connect service. To make moving
write your utility account number on the check.
end of each month, and between 10am. and3pm easier, up to thirty days overlap with service at
check be
Only one can accepted ofa
call be for the bills the address, both addresses is permitted. payment
daily), your may routed to our sponsible correct street single bill.Accounts.
"call-holding"machine. Your call will be held in including the apartment number, and the correct Terminating ServiceTo
the order it was received until a Customer Service mailing address for billing. terminate service entirely, please call us at become delinquent when not paid
Representative is available to assist you. DEPOSIT REQUIRED: For the protection of least one day before you move. We will apply within ten days of the billing date. If payment has
Our Customer Service Department is locatedon our good customers, a deposit is required on each your deposit (if any) to your final bill, and will not been received by the date of the next bill, a
the first floor of City Hall and can be reachedby new account. When some customers fail to pay mail your refund or bill to your forwarding address late fee will be assessed on the new bill. If the
dialing 374.2831.Applying their bills, their deposits help defray revenue in approximately four weeks. past due balance is not paid within seven days,
for Service losses and keep costs lower for the rest of us. Account PaymentsYour service will be disconnected unless prior arrange
for have been made.
Applications for electric, water and wastewater A $100 deposit is necessary to provide adequate meter is read on about the same date each ments payments
service may be made by mail or in person on the coverage for residential electric customers, month, and your bill is mailed a few days later. Utility Theft
first floor of City Hall 200 E. University Ave.. a $10 deposit is also required for water and Since the bill is for services already recieved, it A small number of our customers attempt to
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through wastewater customers. Customers with good pay is due in full at the time of the billing. Paymentsmay steal utility services by tampering with meters,
Friday, excluding holidays. ment records will have their deposits automatically be made in several convenient ways: or by moving without paying. Utility theft is a
Applications should be received at least one refunded after two years. For deposits > By mail: A return envelope is provided in serious and possibly dangerous crime. If you see
day before the service connection is desired. remaining with GRU for more than six months, your bill. Please pay by check or money order, anyone tampering with a meter or wiring, please
Locations without prior service will usually require interest is currently paid at the rate of eight not cash. call 374-2826. GRU's investigators have prosecuted .
more than one day for hook-up. An application percent annually. > In person: Cashiers are available in the City and/or back-billed hundreds of dishonest
requires the name, signature and personal IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED: An applicant Hall lobby to take your GRU payment. customers who have stolen utility service from
identificaton information of the individual re for utility services must provide identifica > Drive.in Window: Gainesville Regional all'of us.

I Air conditioning keeping your cool in HogtownSummer

air conditioning may be the 10 degrees, or turn it off. ing. Here are some ways to reduce solar
most expensive item on your electric > Added comfort can be achievedby > Check doors and windows for a heat gain through windows:
bill. Staying comfortable is probably running fans along with the air tight fit. If caulking or weatherstripping Window tint or reflective film
your main concern when the summer conditioner to produce a wind-chill is needed, see your apartment A film coating the window that
temperatures rise. Here are some sug. effect. A room at 82 degrees will feelas .577ZLd manager. reduces or reflects a portion of the heat
gestions that will help you feel com comfortable as 78 degrees if a fan > Wear light clothes and sandals to and light coming through the window.
fortable and control energy costs: is running and will use 31 percent less improve your comfort. They are available in i wide variety of
> The thermostat setting is an important electricity! t I > Check the ductwork for leaks into tints.
factor in air conditioning costs. > Keep the air conditioning filters unconditioned areas. Have leaks repaired Bamboo shades!
Set it as high as you can be comfort- clean. They should be checked once a by your maintenance man. These inexpensive roll-up shadesarc
able; we recommend 78 to 82 degrees. month during the cooling season. day, close the drapes. Otherwise, keep Since windows arc a large contrib. both decorative and practical.They
Check the accuracy of your thermostatby Check with your apartment manager ifa the drapes closed on east-facing win. uting factor to heat gain, they shouldbe permit breezes to blow through while
comparing its reading with the read new filter is needed. Dirty filters will dows in the morning, and west-facing shaded or treated to resist the sun's shading the window Another featureis
ing on a thermometer from a hardware make the air conditioner work harder windows in the afternoon to preventthe radiant heat. The effectiveness of the their portability you can take
store. Thermostats are often out of and waste electricity. sun's direct rays from heating your treatment is measured as the "shade them with you when you move out.
calibration, so you may have to set the > Keep the windows and outside apartment. coefficient.The lower the number, the Shade screen
thermostat higher or lower to maintain doors closed when the a/c is running. better the shading ability. Also called solar screen, this is a
78 degrees. > Drapes, curtains or shades can > Use the exhaust fan in the bath- Devices to block solar heat are most fiberglass material designed to block
>' If you arc away for a few hoursat help keep the summer heat out of your room and kitchen to get rid of the heat effective when mounted outside east,
a time, set your thermostat up 5 toFREE apartment. If you are away during the and humidity when bathing and cook southeast and west facing windows. SEE Air, PACE 11

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and damage your What else? paper, glass, ceramics and plastics. > Reheat foods 'n microwave wen / V Know service agincy and
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small bit of trash, you waste S to 7 can save a lot here by using
gallons of water. water sparingly and not letting the
2. Put plastic bottles in your toilet water run unnecessarily.
tank To cut down on the water used 1. Use your dishwasher and washing FEATURES:
for each flush, put an inch or two of machine with full loads only. Even One Two & Three Bedroom
marbles with machines that feature ,
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4. Install water-saving shower 3. Don't let the water run while you
heads. Local hardware stores stock inexpensive clean vegetables. Instead,rinse them ina
shower heads that are easy stoppered sink or a pan of clean water.
to install and reduce the flow to 2-3 4. Install a flow restrictor or aeratoron
gallons per minute. kitchen sink.
5. If you take baths, only partially 5. Keep a bottle of drinking water ti t 1t, # ,,..
fill the tub with water. About 5 inchesof in the refridgerator. Running tap waterto a,f; r.n r.
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2701 &W 13th 6L Gainesville H 32608
pizzazz and most of all, they are lamps.
an expression of you and your taste. Consider the height of each lamp
You can choose functional accessories. shade within a room. The bottoms of
The following Prc-Dccoraling[ such as lamps, wastbaskets. books the shades should be close to the same
Specials\ Arc Available mirrors, clocks, pillows and boxes.' distance from the floor. If you use a
Other accessories can be added for tall lamp on a low table, you might use
June Rentals $200 Off decorative purposes only, although ina a shorter lamp on a higher table. Most
small room you may not want any. conventional lamps range from 24 to
July RenLals $200 Off thing but functional items. 30 inches in height. They should be

An Additional 1 Month free The accessories in a room can be placed on low enough tables so the
provided by the activities performedthere. shades cover the bulbs at the eye level
For could focus of seated in the White
example you on a person room.
Total: Up to $1010 in Discounts your "gourmet kitchen" by displayingyour and off-white shades cast the most

During This Period cookware on a hanging rack and light, but dark or metal reflect their
your wooden spoons in an old crock. light in interesting pools.
'24 Hour Maintenance/Management To use an athletic theme in the family Today lamps are made to fit any
RESERVE room, you might select a collection of mood or special need, and they come
Lighted Tennis Courts hats from your favorite baseball teams in several sizes and shapes. Types of
AN APARTMENT along with framed prints of the star lamps include floor lamps theme
Lighted Racquetball FOR ONLY players. In a bedroom you could dis. lamps and high intensity lamps with a
Jacuzzi play your antique train collection on strong direct beam. I
$100 wall shelves.This could serve the two. Table Top Accessories
(Saunas fold purpose of storage and display. Candlesticks are available in every

Jr. Olympic Pool The regional characteristics of the material, style and color from all over
place you live might be reflected in the the world. Candles also vary in size,
PLEASE\ PHONE NOW FOR INfORMATION ON accessories. If you live in St. Augustine color, texture and scent. An effective
17k ,you might choose a nautical themeor way to use collections of candlesticksis
artIER SPECIALS\ AVAILABLE AT THE "ALL NEW" an "oldest city" theme. Or if you to combine clusters of them in various
live in Miami, you might choose to sizes and shapes, or to use combi-
Customer satisfaction guaranteed! JdC exhibit a coral collection as a focal nations of candlesticks made of the
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1 point of a room. same materials for example, brass.
1-904-377-2220 You can display special items on the Boxes' of every imaginable type.
walls, throw assorted pillows on your ranging in size from cricket boxes' to
upholstered furniture arrange objectson huge trunks can be acquired. Combine
table tops or fill our comers with boxes' that relate and look good together
plants and accent lighting. Find an Use large trunks as cocktail
accessory that provides an interestingaccent. tables or open them to display plants,
? Managed by Here are some suggestions. linens or your favorite hobby Stack
Contemporary Management Mirrors boxes' and storage baskets of similar or
Concept..lnc. Mirrors can be either architecturalor graduated sizes into decorative wall
40 Registered Real Liuio:: Broker decorative. Architectural refers to units.
PO. Box 538 'Giineivillii llondi 32602 walls or areas of mirrors that enlarge Family photographs can be valued
'" Telephone((904)) 332-0311 space and give an illusion of height and and treasured accents in any home.
\ Deborah MacLeod. space by reflecting a pleasing view. Snapshots can be composed in collagesand
Decorative mirrors are usually framed placed in one frame. Formal pore
and are available in assorted sizes and traits are perfect in any room of the
shapes. What appears in a mirror house. Casual snapshots arc best usedin
should be something worth seeing informal rooms. Assorted framed
PH. 373-6330 twice. Consider what you are reflect pictures can be grouped in a wall arrangement
Newberry Rd. or placed on easels and
701 Southwest 62nd Blvd. Gainesville, FL 32607 AL ing.If you are putting a large mirror ina used on tables or in bookcases.
traffic area, be sure it is high enoughnot Baskets are basic to all cultures.
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Apts. Available to chop off the tops of people's They are meant to be used,but are often
Ranging from $430 to $600. x heads. If you are planning to reflect a works of art. They can be hung on a
conversational grouping, you may con wall hung from the kitchen ceiling
2 Lighted Tennis Courts sider how people would feel viewing along with pots and pans, displayed in
Swimming Pool/Whirlpool/acuzzl) 3 themselves. groupings on tables or lined and used
Sauna, Basketball, Volleyball R Pillows for flower arrangements. Their popu-
Luxurious clubhouse, exercise & weight room s.w. sot Ave. Pillows can change the look and larity has surged because they are
Microwave Ovens feeling of a room. By using various readily available, are lightweight, can
Ceiling Fan in Living Room fabrics, trims,colors designs, textures be purchased at reasonable prices and
Washer & Dryer hood ups in each unit shapes and sizes, pillows can help balance can be used in a variety of ways.
the room by repeating the colorsor Plants
patterns found on the other side of Plants give immediate vitality to a
vilLAS the room. Pillows are one of the least room. They are a wonderful ecological
expensive ways to give a room a new decorating accessory: that feeds on car-
look and are perfect for do-it-yourself bon dioxide' and emits oxygen.' Con
projects. They are functional in addition sider where they will be placed in the
700 Southwest 62nd Blvd. Gainesville, Florida 32607 to being decorative. room so you can select plants that have
PH. 371-8009 Books the appropriate humidity and light to
Your books tell a great deal about grow and flourish. Plants can sit on
you. They add warmth and interest to window sills tables shelves, or pedestals
any room in the house. Bookshelvescan or hang from the ceiling.To .
be built-in, purchased assembled of ...
Available 0 arrange large grouping plants
1 2 & 3 Apts. ?
come ready to assemble, and be unfin- on the floor always begin with the
ished or in finished units. If you are a largest plant first Intermingle plants of
Pool, Tennis, Sauna, Gazebo book collector convert a room into different heights shapes, colors and
Fully equipped kitchen with frost walls of books. Keep books handy textures. It is pleasing to finish the
free refrigerator, range, dishwasherand y around the house and use them in dec bottom with a low-flowering plant.
garbage disposal : orative stacks on tables. Hanging baskets should be hung at the
Luminous ceilng in kitchen vt > Lighting Fixtures height where they are viewed from ..
Wall-to-wall Lamps should create light where it their best angle.
carpet "
is needed. Each room needs generaland Choose containers that blend with
Washer and dryer hookups specific lighting. General lighting the decorative character of your room.
Paddle fan in living room illuminates the whole room. In most Rough textures such as terra cotta.
Spacious closets cases, every seating area in a conversation rough glazed pottery or baskets are
grouping needs a light source of 'appropriate for an informal look while
ASK ABOUT OUR FALL RATES some kind. Lighting for specific activities brass porcelain, glass and delicate
such as reading working and ...
studying is also necessary. If( the light SEE Accessories, PAGE 11

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live in a credit-oriented society, therefore, it chants use the services of a credit bureau or credit reporting CLEARANCE SALE
is important for most adults to establish credit in case it is agency.
needed, or wanted. Most people find it necessary to use There is a file on almost everyone in the immediate area : Dorm Room size
credit for major purchases, such as a car or home. Creditcan who has used credit, which includes information such as: '.J. andApartment
also be used as a convenience, instead of carrying cash. :\
> who you work for, how long and the amount of your carpet
As a general rule,however, it is best to pay for things when
they are bought.Establishing income; I from $5.99 to $7.99

credit or documenting your credit worthiness > who you owe and how much; '0_ per yardCarpetland
before you need it is wise. People who always pay cash may > how
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accessories are balanced in design -
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24 HOUR EMERGENCY PETS ARRANGED :i : and shadow,shape, texture and pattern a design etched on glass or a pattern
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from the character of the material,suchas object's use, basic form, size and
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home. Ask yourself these questions mood of the accessory? Bold contem-
about the design: porary designs may suggest vivid,
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Custom research also lIabie-ali"levels 1744400 JOHN F. BERRY service jobs and needs manufacturing jobs that pay
about $7 an hour.
Alligator Writer
Hines said the lack of well-paying jobs is why half
Alfred A. Ring Although Alachua County officials are confident of the area's black males between the ages of 20 and
about the 1990s,they must"make cuts and reorder 29 have not worked over the past year. If a solutionis
Ethics Lecture Series priorities" to support an expanding population, not found, the situation will get worse, he said.
County Commissioner Kate Barnes said Tuesday. "It's not do or die, but it's getting close," he said.
Presented by the Dean and Faculty Barnes, in the commission's annual state-of-the- "The wheels haven't come off yet."

College of Business Administration county address,said the county now deals with 28,000 Hines said he expects to hear from three or four
University Of Florida more people than it did in 1980 and will face another companies that are considering moving to the area
32,000 by the next century. within the next 60 days. He said the new business is
The need for human services is rising while our needed to expand Alachua County's tax base.
"Business Ethics and
Beyond"by ability to pay for them decreases," she said. "For a Alachua farmer Pete Gregory said the commissioners
lot of our working people, the tax burden Is already said nothing new during their address."I .
Michael B. Metzger hard to bear." don't believe things are as bad as they make out," ,
County spokesman Steve Russell said the countywas Gregory said. "(They) just repeated the same thing :
Professor of Business Law hurt by the voters' rejection of the 1-cent local for years that things are tough." I

Indiana University option sales tax March 13. Gregory suggested the county require new home-
"Because we lost the revenues, now we can't do owners to pay a one-time charge for infrastructure in
400! Wednesday March 28, 1990
pm some projects we wanted to or we must find a their neighborhoods and lure out-of-state tourists into
University Auditorium revenue source if we want to pay for them," he said.If the area.
the tax had passed Alachua County would have "We need them to use the football stadium more
received about $4.2 million in the first year of its than six times a year," he said.

15-year span.Because After the address, the commission continued with I
Florida law requires a balanced budget, other agenda matters and a progress report on buildI I
SPRING SOFTWARE MADNESS the county fired 37 employees last October to save ing a jail. During the report, animosity between
some of its services. The commission already has Commissioner George Dekle and Barnes flared after
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expect to make more cutbacks. "That's what causes dissension on the board is
"Probably the most important thing county govern you,"Dekle told Barnes. "As a fellow-elected commis-
IBM AMIGA MAC ment can do to revitalize the community is to light sioner, redress us for asking hard questions."
the fire under economic development," Barnes said. Barnes threatened Dekle with being out of order
Productivity (many new titles) "We must invent and invest in innovative ways to before walking out of the meeting several minutes

Games (including TOP TEN) enhance our businesses and attract new ones." later. She returned after five minutes. It was the
Jerry Hines, president of the Gainesville area second time this month that Barnes has walked out
Special Orders (almost anything you want!) Chamber of Commerce said the county has enough of a meeting after a disagreement with Dekle.

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1 FURNISHEDSummer Parking Probleml! Walk to UF Irom 1 BDR Apt furnished near UF Sublet lor
Anglia (NW 6th/15th Sir) Modern well kept Summer A.B or C. Call 376-1593 alter classified ad:

Apts ea w/own washer/dryer, cent hi/ac 5pm or leave message. 3.30.3-4
C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point. 1 For Rent.- Furnished
Now lor fall lease 1st' A last
renting lyr
In Person
Females immaculate. $500/mo, close to :
Summer Term Sublease bdr /
UF call Fred at 372-0113. 3-28-5-1 dep.3bdr/2ba.$460/mo$730/mo 2bdr/lba 4bdr/2ba $610/mo 336-8354 turn Camelot' Apt. $325/mo. Call 371. 2 For Rent.- Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA.

Summer C Furn. Studio 3920554. 4-6-10-2 6293. 425.4 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office

Sundowne Apis. Close proximity to every SPYGLASS APTS: Lease ends 6/30. Option For Rent/Sate/ '1105 W. University Ave.
thing. Avail May 2. Call 377-2596 ask for *Lolt Unit-totally awesomel 1 ibdr to renew. 2bd/2ba in quiet zone. Only M-F 8am-4pm
near/UF fantastic deal at $200/mo I /
G S. 3-29-5-1 only ( SOO/mo. 336-6910 alter 4. 4 Sublease House/Apt.
pay 320)) for May15-Aug15 call me @ 335- Main BookstoreHub

Small apt lor one mature student. No pets 4374. 4-6-10-2 5 Roommates Customer Service Desk

quiet no party atmosphere avail now or 5 ROOMMATESFemale 6 For Sate M F 8 am 4:30: pm
May 1. $200 per mo. plus utilities. 378- Villager West 800 NW 18th Ave. 1 Ibd aptin
2016. nice quiet neighborhood. College Park to share 2bdr/2ba/ Townhouse in 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
Properties 411 I NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- SW Area fully furnished, washer/dryer : : : M-F8am-9 pm, Sat noon -9 pm
i MASTER BR in 3br/3ba Oxford Manor 3.5.2 $22S/mo & 1/2 util. Call 335-6273. 3-30- 8 Motorcycles :: Sun noon 5 pm

Townhouse avail MAY 15-AUG 15 and be 105F
yond. $233/mo/ neg. Call Rob 3717755. Studio 1bd, and 2bd opts and houses 9 Autos .' Medical. Bookstore, ShandsM
4-3-5-1 avail now and for fall. Walk to UF I Beat the N/S rmmt needed to share 2bd/2ba (turn 10 Wanted F, 8 am 4:30: pm

rush! College Park Properties. 411 NW apt at Brandywme..I$137/mo ft 1/4 util.t: I Mall
15th St. 371-7777. 11 Services' By :
Available May 1, Call 3359846. 3-30-10-
Roommate Neededto 5 Use forms appearing weeklyin

share 1bdrm/1bth apt across Irom Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd2baand 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

Tigert for Fall Contact Tim 3771085. 4- Ibd apts. Large Oaks. College Park F prof. or grad student share house, Ig 13 Help Wanted mail. MC, VISA, or checks only.
3.5.1 Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4. turn bdr/ba, $250/mo includes util. Wendy
3-5-2 371-2981 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

Payment by VISA or Mastercard
FOR RENT: 2 room efficiency 1 blk Irom UF, 1834 NW Quiet Mature F to share 2bdr/1/ ba Duplexin 15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1st Ave *B, 3/4 utll Incl., $165/mo. Call SW area, near UF, mostly turn, 16 Connections M F 8:30: 4 pm.
Century 21 John M'rrllline. 3721495.' 3-
$180/mo + 1/2/ util no Ise, 335-9622 Lisa.

to Santa FE CC. I BDR $270-1280, 28-1-2' N/S M/F/ lor own room & bath in 2/2 SW 17 Notices Q How to correct

2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440. Sec apt. $245 ft 1/2 util. Avail immediately.Call 18 Rides
Plus LMR Pool laundry no cats or dogs. FREERental 332-7432, leave message. 3295.5 19 Pets cancel your ad:
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 4-30-75- Finding Service. All info floor

2_ plans, videos and more, FAST. We can BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/lba, 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

help you find that perfect place to live., jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2/ Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm.
Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA quiet Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza 336- mi. to UF, $230/mo lor own room 1/2/ No refunds can be given.
washer/dryer available in most units lor 9349. 3-28-1-2' cable & util. 372-2857 Dennis. 4-30.28.5
$20 mo Cats Allowed I B-2B 1 & 2 Bath

.. $250 $350. sec & Imr 3726422. 4-30- Near UF, very clean) 2bd/1; ba, new carpet 1/2 blk Irom UF, 2bdr in 4bdr/2ba house, D When will your ad run? Check Alligator your errors ad the FIRST: day It runs.

5.2 fireplace, a/c, wash/dry hook-up, wash/dry, cent ac/ht, fireplace, wood Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10-2 floors, $185/mo + 1/4 util. Avail summer
SPACIOUSONE c, for N/S M/F/ 3760549. Kate. 3-30-5-5 Classifieds will begin TWO noon.
BEDROOM APT Attractive, clean apts. ft houses, close to
DAYS after
ONLY $263MO.LYONS / Own Master bdrm/bath. Oak Forest they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected
UF, avail for Aug ,1 yr lease. No dogs. Call Apt,
APT 495-9024. 4-30-24-2 Close to UF, available May 1. Big enoughfor Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 twol $195 mo Call Tiffany 336-178311 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter

4-30-71-2_ 2br/2baths, cent h/a. patio, trees. $288. 3-30-5-5 THREE placing the ad. Changes called In alter'
to Ads
822 NW 39 Ave. ALSO rmmt wanted. $157 days appear. the first day will not be compensated.
INCREDIBLE ft 1/2 utils., deposit. Call 373-8310. 4-2-4- F/M N/S/ Rmmt. wanted. Own Bdr/Ba may run for any length of time
Efficiency Apt. 2 215/mo + 1/2 util. For summer. For more and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
Starting at $165 info call Lisa at 378-5397 or 3359455. any Corrections must be made in person at
Starting at $235/ 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST MOBILE HOMES Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
: Summer a. F to share Ig bdrm w/d housein
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction 'lee.
378-3988 NW, walk to UF. $126 moles + utilities.
375-3861 3 FOR RENTSALERental 371-6715 leave message. Available May

4-30-70 1. 3-28-3-5

Check Our New Specials'All Irom S260 Female needed to share spacious
Amenities Available 378-9291 2br/2bth NW house washer, dryer, nice ROOMMATESLooking 6 FOR SALE
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED area and more call Randy at 377.2537

Roommates Available SUBLEASE: leave message. 3-30-5-5 lor '1-2 M N/S Rmmts to share Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
We're No.1REGENCY Fairmont Oaks Summer C woption to brands are all at our New Location! Car
OAKS 4 M N/S to share 2bdr/1ba, $195/mo/ ft 1/2 stay beyond. Howard 3957256. 4-6-8-5 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
378-5766 HOUSE/APT. util., 1 mile from UF, Call Todd 336.4010. 2070. 4-30-75-6_ ._
3230 SW Archer Road Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house,
COUNTRY GARDENS LAKEWOOD VILLAS sublease for summer Rockwood Villas M/F N/S rmmts( ) neededfor convenient NW location, nice neighbor Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer,
373.4500 option for fall 2 1/2/ bdr/2ba $490/mo Ig bdr/ba In fully turn apt for summer. hood unlurn, $225/mo/ 4 1/2 util.! $100 Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
3354217. 3-28-10-4 Call Perry at 335-6230 for more info. 4- sec. Call Tawnya 375-6173. 4-3-5-5 Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo -
2001 SW 16th Street
2.5.5 to Co. 3751834. 4-30-75-6
430582 Live at POLOS this summer) 2bd/2ba/ Roommate needed house near UF, master _
own wash/dry, microwave 490/mo May 1- NEED ROOMMIES mIl for 3bd/2ba/ in bed/bath/ ac, lanced yard last mo. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
Dump roommate: Get 2 bdr lor the
of your Pool a Augreg( 620)), cable, Jacuzzi morel' 374- Lakewood summer/tall opt. Wash/dry free, 1/3/ utilities. Call Norm 3928953. any car truck or van lully guaranteed will
price one. tennis sauna, wt.
4917. 3-28-5-4 hookup (urn. Avail May 1. Call 338.8185 .372-1800.. 3-30-3-5 demo.Call 338.9 193 lIud.ntlv.message.
room. Stonendge Apts 3800 SW 34 St. Iv message. 4-2-5-5

3751121. Sublet Ibdr apt May-Aug 712-303 SW SUBLET FOR SUMMER: Own bdr/ba fully 15 Pro-Series auto speakers, $150 for
16th Ave, close to Shands and UF, N/S F Rmmt needed lor summer C. Own furnished, rent negotiable. Call 336-9375. pair. 335-2811 3-28-3-8
Discount 2 bedroom
rent. _
$220/mo. nego. Call Meg 3787780. 42- bdrm/bath/ washer/dryer, fireplace, deck.
home with fireplace, yard new 5.4 Call Alisha at 335.7088. 4-2.5.5 FUTON & FRAME SALEI!
paint. Only 1 block to UF. 373-5018. 3- F N/S
roommate wanted lor Own
From only $200. set.
29-8-2 per
Sublet summer C Spyglass Apt. Roommate wanted to share 3bdr 2ba bd (turn) In 3bd/2ba apt. $175/mo/ & 1/3 Call Matt 3775850. 4-30-26-8
WINDMEADOWS APTS. 3bed/3bath furnished, washer/dryer/ will house 6 mi. east. ot campus. Washer- util. Regency Oaks. 375-6250. 3-30-3-5

1,2, ft 3 Bedroom sublet 336-0211.to 1. 2 or 3-29-2-4 3 persons. Leave message dryer util. 376-6827 and many 4-3-5-5 extras $175/mo ft 1/2 N/S F to share 2bdr/iba Apt at Homestead *********

Pool, Tennis, Laundry own bdr. Avail 5 $175/mo *
May &
2712 SW 34th St. ** 373-3558
Gstorwood Apts. 2bdr/2ba unlurn, F N/S post-bac, seeks serious F student 1/2 utility. Call 3353745. WILDSHAIR

WILLIAMSBURG APTS. $450/mo. Sublet through June Available as roommie for May +. Want apt close to :
Nowl Call 336-0567 Leave 4- Shands/VA. Call Sheryl 9042643320Help.
1,2TH & 3Bdrms. 2-5-4 SPIRITUALIST CAMP $S

Pool Laundry FREE May & Oct RENTI Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/1 ba Apt M Exit 54 Stevens St Cassadaga, FL $20 PERM curly or body ) .
Block UF/Shands
I to 1bdr/1ba, Pets OK, Pool, Laundry & $175/mo & 1/2 util, walking distance to J3S SPIRAL PERMS
2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 '
Hook-up dish wash, cent hl/ac, porch, UF. Call 3774244. 4-17-15-5 April, '990 Medium's NighMS min. 18 Hi-LIGHTS f
MOUNT VERNON APTS. 280mo. 332-0566. 4-3-5-4 8:30: PM-goo: PM mini-readings $45 LEISURE CURL .....
1 & 2 Bedrooms refreshmentsApril C $20 RElAXER
PoolLaundryClose Sublet thru Aug. Colonial Manor Apt. 5 of roommates at your finger. ft CARE-FREE CURL *
UF/Shands min. walk to UF on SW. ibr/lbs furnished tips. We can help, you find that" Ideal room 14, 1990 Medium's Gala ENS
to Day
pool. $245/mo. Call Lee 378- mate. FAST. Gator Rental Finders UF WOMEN & CHILDREN....
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 10 AM 4 PM 15 nun mini-readings. jIIf'
3199. 3-30-3-4 Plaza 338.9349. 3-28-1-5 T WALK-INS WELCOME

3-30-6-2_ through refreshments out unique, and browse *f OPEN MON-SAT 10-6 pm *

2BR/1/ BA quad unit, avail summer, possibly Oxford Manor, sublease May-Aug. option F N/S neat studious roommate bookstore
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beauty must see. Immaculate Must sell ((28ms). graphics monitor ... C.lllor Details Starts soon FlorIda 3511 leave message 3.28-5 9 Campus organizations. clubs. frats.
quick $600 OBO 371.7457 anytime MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295 Center 371.2787. sororities call OCMC.1.800932.05281.800.950.8472ext.
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 1979 280ZX sell or trade Exceptionallyclean 10
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Mart.Kee.NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave, 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS with 3 things quality products. great 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480

Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ). 16 prices, excellent service When you think 4.30-88.1 GAINESVILLE MALL

Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045. terminals & pc's, buy, sell about It. anything else is uncIvilized. 4.6. NOW to APRIL 1. Jaycee Boys & Girls
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CDCS 818 W Univ. 338.0378. 430 for students of alcoholic parentage Leave midnight Unlimited rides. $7 3.30.3.

Cashier energetic, responsible person for 75.14 STRINGING at EZ Tennis has been on message for Marilyn 372.6817. 3.28.10. 17

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I Douglas to leave teamBy I Racers to meet at UF I I

athletes will de- during the evening on Thursday -
Nearly 4,000
was going, but at least one school Douglas while at UF in 1988.
RON KASPRISKE scend Percy Beard Track Friday and Saturday.The .
near his home, the University of could be reachedfor upon
Douglas not
Alligator Staff Writer today through Saturday for the Lady Gators,who are still
Houston,has expressed interest in
annual Florida Relays.In recuperating after finishingthird
Donald him 47th
Douglas has had his giving a scholarship."We
Douglas received considerable at the NCAA Indoor Cham-
the meet's history, more
share of problems.In haven't heard from him,but playing time this past fall as he than 140 world and American pionships, will compete without
less than one year his father we're definitely interested in him," started five games and threw for record holders have competed, sophomore leader and defending -.
died, his home was destroyed bya said Houston football recruiting nearly 400 yards with one touch- with more than 20 collegiate, 100-meter winner Anita
flood, his future as UF's starting coordinator Bruce Davis. "He'd down and four interceptions.The American and world records Howard, who pulled her left
have to call first and then we'dcall
quarterback quickly was becoming us
quarterback also finished having fallen.Competition. quadricep muscle during the
grim and his mother has Florida for a letter of release.
now third on the team in total offense will be held in 4x100 meter relays in Jamaicaover
become ill. We worked hard (recruitinghimin )
with 316 rushing yards and three Spring BreAvFor
high school.! the high school, collegiate and
The latter officially ended the touchdowns. invitational divisions, with col- the men's: team, javelin
"sophomore's career at UF as he Liberty is approximately 20 Spurrier also noted Tuesdaythat lege heptathlon and distance and discus thrower Tom
told head coach Steve Spurrier miles outside Houston. for the NCAAs
despite Douglas being at least events starting today. Pukstys qualified
Tuesday he was leaving after this Another possibility for the quar- third behind Kyle Morris and The collegiate events will be last season to highlight the
semester to transfer to a school terback is the University of Texasin Brian Fox on the quarterback run on Friday and the invitational Gators' .performance at the Re-
closer to home. Austin, where former UF coach depth chart, he cited only his division on Saturday. High lays.
The native of Liberty, Texas, Lynn Amedee? is the offensive coordinator mother's illness as his reason for school athletes will compete JOSEPH TODDA
t wouldn't tell Spurrier where he Amedee recruited leaving.




Alligator Writer

The 1,172 fans at Perry Field

,f who watched Central Florida de-
feat UF 5-1 Tuesday night probably
weren't anticipating much
humor during the game.
But thanks to seven UF errors,
the Knights' 14th consecutive vic
tory may have seemed funnier
than Tuesday night's episode of .......
"Roseanne". .. .
After committing two errors in
the fourth inning, the Gators ((14-

13)) opened the fifth by allowing _.
Andy Williams to reach first baseon .
-' -
an error by shortstop Gregg ....

Castaldo. .
Ernest Martinez tripled with two .. ,...
drive in Williams and Steve '... .... --- ----- --
outs to I. .. --- ;:::z- ,r"1.::. .
McClellan, who walked."It .
was a very poor ballgame on Above:Gators swimmer Martin Zubero reacts to the world-best time of 1 minute
our part," said Gators coach Joe 56.21 seconds he set in the 200-meter backstroke Tuesday. Below left: The
Arnold, whose squad had pre- Scoreboard at the O'Connell Center pool registers the mark.
viously won six of seven games. I
"It's the first time I've had seven
41 errors in a ballgame I can ever

remember.the effort.I'm" really disappointedin Zubero breaks world swimming markBy

In the sixth inning, UCF's Jim
Crone led off with a single, and SHARON GINN course. Zubero swam on a 25-meter course, half hour later,he also attempted to swim
moved to second when Chad Alligator Writer and times set on those courses are called"world's the world's fastest 100 back, but missed the
Motlola reached base on best"But mark by 0.4 seconds, swimming a 54.09.
Castaldo's third error of the eve Most of the world's fastest times in swim- the time is the fastest in the 200 back. Sophomore Kristen Linehan, who won the
ning. Marc LeClerc then placed a ming are set at high-caliber internationalmeets And UF swimming coach Randy Reese saidit 100 and 200 back events at the women's
perfect bunt down the third-base that showcase top athletes from every made more sense for Zubero to swim the NCAAs two weeks ago, stood at the end of
line to load the bases. nation.So 25-meter short course, instead of attempting the lane and cheered on her teammate as he
a. Crone scored on a single by it was a little unusual when UF junior to break the world record on a long course. swam both events. She said she could under

Williams, but Mottola was thrownout Martin Zubero attempted to beat the fastest "For him to be raised to a higher level for stand, perhaps more than others, what was
at the plate by right fielder 200-meter()() backstroke time by himself. better international competitions representing driving him.

Mike Moberg. MacDonald then But it didn't matter. Spain, it was very important for him to "I kind of know what it feels like to want
laid down a bunt that went through Zubero, a 10-time All-American, effort have some good times in a metered course something as bad as he wanted that record,"
pitcher Mike Juhl's legs to drive lessly swam the 200 back in 1 minute, 56.21 -either short course or long course,"Reese Linehan said. "He deserved it he's trained
: in LeClerc. seconds Tuesday afternoon in a sanctionedtime said. "Short course is just what he's been hard all year,and he deserved that time more
UCF ((22-10)) added a run in the trial at the O'Connell Center. He now racing lately." than anybody. I knew he could do it."

seventh off two more UF errors. owns the world's best time in that event, Zubero has had quite a busy week. He just But surprisingly, Zubero didn't seem very
UPs lone run came in the fourth beating the time of 1:56.60: set in 1987 by returned from the NCAA Championships, excited as he climbed out of the pool. Instead,
inning on a home run by Herbert Tamas Darnyi of Hungary.The where he won the 200-yard< back and placed he calmly walked to the other side and began
Perry, his first of the year. time, however, is not a world record, third in the 100 back and 200 individual cooling down."I .

Brandon Turner ((3-3)) allowedsix because FINA, the governing body of International medley events. Zubero said swimming well was tired," he said. "I'm really happy,
hits over nine innings and swimming, defines a world record as last week made him decide to attempt to beat though. I might not have showed it,but I was
struck out nine, including the Ga- a time registered on a 50-meter Olympic the world's best time. really happy."
tors in order in the ninth inning.

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